Domuncula subrotata

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Usitatum sectionalis domus mobilis exemplum hodiernum: viginti octo per sexaginta pedes, Alexandriae Novae Pennsilvaniae.
Domus mobilis usitata ex annis 1960 exeuntibus et 1970 ineuntibus: duodecim per sexaginta pedes.
Saeptum domuum mobilium in rupibus super Beer Devoniae in Anglia.

Domuncula subrotata,[1] vel habitaculum remulcatum,[2] vel simpliciter domus mobilis,[3][4] est structura praefabricata, in officina confecta super formam perpetuo adiunctam antequam ad situm transportetur, quae pro domicilio vel accommodatione temporaria adhiberi potest in uno loco, saepe perpetuo, sed moveri potest, causisque quidem legitimis interdum movetur.

Domus mobiles historicas tractorum periegeticorum origines partiunt, sed hodie inter se magnitudine et supellectibus magnopere differunt, tractis periegeticis imprimis pro domibus ad tempus vel feriis adhibitis. Domunculis autem subrotatis, post opus decorum, ad fundamenta caelanda effectum, sunt compages validae, axes, rotae, et nodi trahendi.

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Notae[recensere | fontem recensere]

  1. John C. Traupman, Latin and English Dictionary, ed. 3a (Novi Eboraci: Bantam Books, Random House, 2007), p. 597, s.v. mobile home.
  2. John C. Traupman, Latin and English Dictionary, ed. 3a (Novi Eboraci: Bantam Books, Random House, 2007), p. 684, s.v. trailer home.
  3. Warning icon.svg Fons nominis Latini desideratur (addito fonte, hanc formulam remove)
  4. Etiam fortasse domuncula mobilis; sive fortasse commeatus immotus vel commeatus stabilis, vel simpliciter commeatus.

Bibliographia[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • Benson, J. E. 1990. Good neighbors: Ethnic relations in Garden City trailer courts. Urban Anthropology 19:361–386.
  • Burch-Brown, C. 1996. Trailers. Charlottesville: University Press of Virginia.
  • Geisler, C. C., et H. Mitsuda. 1987. Mobile-home growth, regulation, and discrimination in upstate New York. Rural Sociology 52:532–543.
  • Hart, J. F., Rhodes, M. J., & Morgan, J. T. 2002. The unknown world of the mobile home. Baltimorae: Johns Hopkins University Press.
  • MacTavish, K. A., et S. Salamon. 2001. Mobile home park on the prairie: A new rural community form. Rural Sociology 66:487–506.
  • Moore, B. 2006. Trailer trash: The world of trailers and mobile homes in the Southwest. Route 66 Magazine.
  • Thornburg, D. A. 1991. Galloping bungalows: The rise and demise of the American house trailer. Hamden Connecticutae: Archon Books. ISBN 0208022775.
  • Wallis, A. D. 1991. Wheel estate: the rise and decline of mobile homes. Novi Eboraci: Oxford University Press.

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